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Umi No Nakamichi Seaside Park

Umi No Nakamichi Seaside Park

4.5/555 Reviews
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"National Parks"
Ranked #12 in Fukuoka Can't Miss Attractions
5.4 mi from downtown
Carina Wang
"Recommended cherry blossom viewing spots in Japan 🌸海の中道Seaside Park In the spring of 2018, I went to Japan to play. Because my younger brother is studying in Japan, he basically decided the itinerary for traveling in Japan. He took me to the cherry blossom viewing park often visited by the locals in Fukuoka-Hai no Naka Road Seaside Park. Never thought that I rode a bicycle in Neon🚲, this way of viewing cherry blossoms is quite unexpected. The middle road of the sea is close to the sea. There are not many tourists in this park. It is a small attraction. The area of the park is relatively large. It is a pleasure to ride with scattered crowds! When I was shooting a scene at a beach, I met a few people holding a box of beer and sitting facing the wind with fried chicken. They were quite chic. 🔗Featured recommendation: 🔓Bike around the park🚲Watch the sea 🔓Animal forest, such as flamingo🦩, alpaca🦙 🔓Flower viewing, such as cherry blossoms🌸, daffodils 🔓Picnic, very suitable for parent-child travel (there are many public places in the park for small pot friends to play) Cherry blossom viewing spot recommendation index: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (Haha if you have a five-star perfect score 💯) The cherry blossom avenue in Figure 1 is super dreamy, you must pass by for riding (Transportation) Transportation strategy: I took the Kagoshima Main Line from Hakozaki Station to Kashii, then changed to Nishidozaki and walked to the park. (Each person’s place of departure is different, please enter the place name to refer to the google Maps navigation) 👇🏻 Since I played it two years ago, the following information is for reference only. (Money) Rental bicycle consumption: 400 yen for 3 hours. 🎫 Tickets: Adults (over 15 years old) 410 yen; groups 290 yen Seniors (65 years and older) 210 yen Children (elementary and junior high school students) 80 yen; groups 50 yen Under elementary school students (free) (Alarm Clock) Business Hours: March 1-October 31 (9:30-17:30) November 1st to February end (9:30-17:00) 🗓️Closed day: December 31, January 1, the first Monday of February and the next day 📰There is a Chinese version of the park guide for reference in the park."
Aso GeoparkNearby City

Aso Geopark

1 Reviews
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"National Parks"
63.2 mi from Fukuoka, Minamiaso
"The geopark with soaring knowledge of physics makes me linger. Aso Geopark Aso Geopark is the first national park in Japan. It had this name as early as 1934. Hearing from the tour guide, you can not only see the full picture of the abandoned volcano, but also a rare ancient site, where you can experience the religious and folk customs related to the volcano, which continue to this day. By the way, this is the one who has participated in the competition and got particularly good results. When I came here, I found that it didn't disappoint me. The scenery is beautiful and the structure is changeable. The facilities here are very stable, and there are manually controlled volcanoes. You can explore the volcano on the spot and observe the volcano up close without any burden or fear. This kind of experience is very rare. There are also many thoughtful small designs in the park, such as the small tram that is convenient for us to ride, and it is easy to shuttle back and forth in various attractions, which greatly reduces fatigue and saves walking time when playing. Reminders: 1. Be sure to bring a good map in the geopark, call for help, and try to maintain contact and communication with the outside world! 2. There used to be a volcano that erupted with molten volcano. It is said to be the symbol of Kumamoto City in Japan. Under the mountain, there is a unique cherry blossom in Japan. The flowers are large and heart-shaped, which is famous in the world."